Our ordeal is almost over as our local press wheel out their final desperate angles on the royal wedding.
Ironic, though, when you think about it, that the local council has stopped homeless people sleeping in the street so that people with actual homes can sleep in the street to see a glimpse of a wedding to which they’re not invited.
We’re all mad.
Except they’re actually called Herbie and Annie and everything surrounding this blasphemy is a lie.
And by Googling the words “right royal”, we discover a rich vein of horror.
Skegness, your town mascot is weird.
The story also features this pair…
Get a room, the two of you.
Edinburgh Evening News: Scottish village shares the same name as a woman who is getting married
And the AMAZING thing, she’s marrying somebody called Windsor IN WINDSOR.
What are the chances of that happening?
I got it, somebody who’s going to the royal wedding has children who share the same birthdays as her bairns.
Well, that’s a desperate angle.
And then, there’s this.
We are excited to announce a royal re-brand in honour of the wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle. In celebration of Britain’s most anticipated wedding of the year for the next three days, we become Markle and Sparkle. ✨ pic.twitter.com/1HzfJ60BCN
— M&S (@marksandspencer) May 18, 2018
Stop it. Stop it at once.
Basically people who use the words “right royal” in the next 48 hours (except when immediately followed by the words “cock up”), their name is going in the book.